Why Microsoft Is Ending Support For SQL Server & Windows Server 2008
In less than 12 months, Microsoft will be ending support for SQL Server 2008 (July 9th, 2019) and Windows Server 2008 (January 14th, 2020). Here’s why that’s happening, and what to do about it. It may not seem that long ago, but from a business-technology standpoint, 2008 was a different world. 64-bit computing was a […]
Windows & SQL 2008 Server End Of Support: An Opportunity To Modernize?
In this post, Cloudreach’s Alex Rhea explains why the upcoming EOS (End of Sale) for Windows 2008 R2 and SQL 2008 presents the perfect opportunity to modernize by migrating to the cloud. Find out how Cloudreach can help you prepare for SQL Server & Windows Server 2008 EOS by clicking here. Windows 2008 R2 and SQL […]
Cloud MSP Magic Quadrant: Again And Again!
Yet again, Cloudreach has been named in Gartner’s MSP Magic Quadrant! In this post, Andre Azevedo, CMO and Head of Corporate Development, reflects on the announcement and offers his thoughts on the reports ‘revamped’ criteria. When I wrote these lines in 2017, I was proud of our achievements, and the recognition gained by such a prestigious […]
The Truth About Data Analytics – With Three Examples
Three very different stories about data analytics initiatives transforming the way companies do what they do. Whatever industry you’re in, chances are you’ve been told data analytics could transform the way you work. That’s the thing about data analytics – there’s no shortage of hype around it. But the other thing about data analytics – […]
A Moment Of Reflection…
Jeremy Bartosiewicz, Cloud Architect at Cloudreach, takes a moment to reflect on his time at AWS re:Invent 2018 and the announcements that excited him the most. As I slowly pack my bags before the new Machine Learning Beta exam at the end of re:Invent, I find myself reflecting on the event itself. With the myriad […]
AWS re:Invent 2018: The Biggest And Best Yet
Cloudreach Head of EMEA, Chris Bunch, recently returned from AWS re:Invent 2018, the Cloud platform’s headline event in Las Vegas. Here, Chris shares his thoughts on some of the highlights from the event. Writing this at 2am on Sunday morning, having ruined my sleep pattern in Nevada for another year. It was worth it. I […]
What Do Most Enterprises Get Wrong In Their Cloud Adoption Journey?
Every cloud transformation journey has its challenges and, more often than not, these stem from a mismatch between the culture and drive of the business and its IT department. In this post, Christian Nilsson considers different models that could help an enterprise identify where its problems lie and shift its cloud adoption journey back on […]
5 Things I Learned at the Alibaba Cloud UK Launch
Cloudreach Cloud Systems Developer, Matt Hadley, tells us what he learned from Alibaba Cloud’s UK launch event. Last week I was fortunate enough to attend the launch event of Alibaba Cloud in the UK. The cloud-computing arm of the Alibaba Group has continued to increase its global footprint, with the UK now one of the […]